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  1. Law enforcement officers from agencies across British Columbia, Canada and parts of the United States are expected to be in attendance Wednesday to pay their respects to murdered Burnaby RCMP Const. Shaelyn Yang. "(It’s) going to be a tough day for a lot of people. Not just police and first responders,” said Burnaby RCMP spokesperson Cpl. Mike Kalanj. “I think a lot of people across this country are going to be sad and proud to see us honour a true hero." Yang was part of her detachment’s mental health and homeless outreach team. She died after being stabbed in an altercation in Broadview Park, where she’d been called to assist city staff in speaking with a homeless person living in a tent. "To show their respect for Const. Yang, but more so to show their respect for the uniform,” Heed said. “To show that each and every shift these officers go out to, they could be put in harm's way." The funeral service at the Richmond Oval is not open to the public, but Willingdon Church in Burnaby is prepared to welcome up to 2,000 people to watch a livestream of the event. People are also invited to line the streets for the procession to the funeral. The route begins on Russ Baker Way near Larry Berg Flight Path Park, before crossing the Fraser River at Gilbert Road, and following River Road to the Richmond Oval. A large number of Vancouver police officers are expected to be among the thousands in attendance. "When Const. Yang was killed it struck many of our own officers to the core,” VPD Sgt. Steve Addison said. “Many of our own officers were the first who were on scene. It was just blocks away from Boundary Road.” At the service,. Yang’s RCMP colleagues will remember the compassion and empathy she demonstrated in her work with some of Burnaby’s most vulnerable residents. "She stood for all Canadians and she died a hero,” said Cpl. Kalanj. “That's how we're going to send her off and that's how we're always going to remember her." CTV News Vancouver will be providing in-depth coverage of the procession and service on TV and online, with a live special hosted by Mi-Jung Lee that begins at 10 a.m. https://bc.ctvnews.ca/police-from-across-the-canada-parts-of-u-s-expected-at-slain-b-c-mountie-s-regimental-funeral-1.6135051
  2. Not a surprise for myself, to give my short opinion. Trending via the CBC Book alleges longstanding U.S. concerns. Canadian intel veteran who recalls probe to testify in Parliament. The United States ran a secret probe into national-security threats posed by Chinese overseas operations that drew alarming conclusions about Canada, alleges a new book co-authored by a former RCMP and military intelligence official. The book says the project, code-named Operation Dragon Lord, led to an unnerving takeaway: Beijing's activities in Canada represented a security threat to the United States. Full Article with a lot of text to read and interesting details: https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/us-dragon-lord-probe-book-1.6783063?cmp=rss
  3. The RCMP says it’s investigating reports of criminal activity at so-called "police stations" reportedly set up by the People’s Republic of China in the Greater Toronto Area. According to a recent and ongoing investigation by a Spanish-based non-government organization (NGO) called Safeguard Defenders, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has undertaken a concerted operation to force Chinese nationals living abroad who are accused of telecom and online fraud to return home. As part of this effort, Safeguard Defenders said China has opened a total of 54 so-called police “service stations” in 30 countries, including three in Canada in the Greater Toronto Area. It said the stations are often presented as necessary to “accommodate the growing administrative needs of residents abroad – for example in renewing Chinese driver’s licenses remotely and other tasks traditionally considered of a consular nature.” But the NGO claims that the stations serve a “more sinister goal” as well. CTV News Toronto has not independently confirmed the NGO report. In a statement to CP24 on Wednesday, RCMP did not specifically identify where the so-called police stations are located in its statement, nor did it provide any further details about the nature of the reported criminal activity. "The (force) takes threats to the security of individuals living in Canada very seriously and is aware that foreign states may seek to intimidate or harm communities or individuals within Canada," RCMP spokesperson Camille Boily-Lavoie said. "As the RCMP is currently investigating the incident, there will be no further comment on the matter at this time.” --- After this went all over the internet, the CCP sent a spokesman. The Response as per the above is comical: Consulate says stations are for driver’s licence renewal and is run by volunteers that want to do good for the people 😂 https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/rcmp-investigating-reports-of-chinese-police-stations-operating-in-ontario-1.6126144
  4. Nearly ten months have passed since the RCMP initiated their investigation into acts of violence and extensive damage inflicted at the Coastal GasLink (CGL) camp near Houston, BC in February. Shortly after midnight on February 17, 2022, Houston RCMP was called to the Marten Forest Service Road (FSR) after Coastal GasLink (CGL) security reported that approximately 20 people, some armed with axes, were attacking security guards and smashing their vehicle windows at their work site. Police attended and discovered various objects placed along the route on the forestry roads in order to impede passage. Downed trees, tar covered stumps, wire, boards with spikes in them, and fires had been lit throughout the debris at the 41 km mark, and an old school bus blocked the 43 km mark. Photos of the roadway blockades and of the significant damage done to heavy machinery and equipment at the CGL work site can be viewed in the news release issued on February 17. Video footage of the individuals who attacked a company vehicle while an employee was inside the truck are also available in the news release issued on February 22. Police look to the public to help identify those individuals responsible for the acts of violence at Coastal Gas Link. The RCMP has conducted a number of interviews and followed up on several leads. However, there has not been any new tips or information received in recent months that would positively identify the people responsible for these violent acts. In an effort to garner new leads, the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association, along with Crime Stoppers, are offering a private reward of up to $100,000 for any information leading to the arrest and charge of any individual responsible for the crime. https://bc-cb.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ViewPage.action?siteNodeId=2087&languageId=1&contentId=77711
  5. No matter how deep you bury skeletons or how far you you exile the witnesses, the truth has a habit of floating to the surface. PM Harper has never been one for transparency so when he decided to ignore the author of this letter and decided to extradite him instead, he probably figured his secrets were safe. http://whyunclesamhatesbruce.blogspot.com who wrote the letter to Harper 9 fricking years ago and offered to take a polygraph test.
  6. WHAT WOULD IT MEAN TODAY? Dirty cops are easy to hate. But murder is one crime I do not think Patrick Kelly committed. Before you make any assumptions please consider the following facts before you reply... 1) Nobody doubts that Patrick was extremely corrupt, Even he admits it. 2) For 23 years Patrick steadfastly maintains he did not kill his wife - even after he was released. He could have been released 5 years earlier if he admitted to the parole board that he was remorseful for killing his wife, but he said he could not lie about being remorseful for something he didn't do. 3) Nothing at the crime scene linked Patrick as the killer, only an occupant of the same apartment as his wife. 4) For 23 years Patrick Kelly requested and was denied a polygraph examination. why? 5) The key prosecution witness (Dawn Taber) admitted she lied when she said she witnessed the murder. She recanted more than a year after Patrick was already sentenced. 6) Since Patrick was tried and convicted for murder a crime that carries a life sentence in Canada he did not have to stand trial for corruption. If he had to be tried for corruption (instead of murder) he could and would have implicated dozens of colleagues, including superiors in exchange for smaller sentence. 7) Now read this: http://PatrickKellyIsInnocentOfMurder.wordpress.com Now do you see WHY it was so perfectly convenient to convict him for murder instead of corruption? Just look at all the RCMP corruption that surfaced since Patrick was convicted? Ask him how much of it did he already know about and could have exposed back in 1985?
  7. I am surprised the killing of a man holding a stapler , not speaking the language, obviously distraught , and with his hands up in one of the most secure spots any where in this country on video doesn't have a mere comment or burp from any here? I always appreciate these videos and must say that under the liberals I do not believe it would have been returned, good job Harper. They would always say it was erased some how ,lost ,you understand don't you. The general public has absolutely no clue for the most part. I feel so sorry for the mother of this Polish man and as well for all the real cops out there. added:::: http://www.cbc.ca/mrl3/8752/bc/ondemand/vi...RTASERVIDEO.wmv
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